Deecke, Ita.ly; a Popular Account of the ColAntry, its People and its Institutions (translated by H.
Deecke, Die Freie and Hansestadt Liibeck (4th ed., Lubeck, 1881) and Liibische Geschichten and Sagen (Lubeek, 1891); M.
The use of double consonants which has been already pointed out in the Messapian inscriptions has been very acutely connected by Deecke with the tradition that the same practice was introduced at Rome by the poet Ennius who came from the Messapian town Rudiae (Festus, p. 293 M).
Deecke in a series of articles in the Rheinisches Museum, xxxvi.
Pounded by Deecke 7 in 1877, that the Phoenician alphabet had developed out of the late Assyrian cuneiform, never met with much acceptance and has really no evidence in its favour.
Deecke, in Baumeister's Denkmaler des klassischen Altertums (1884), and by Szanto (Greek) and Joh.
Deecke, Ursprung der kypr.
Deecke, Die griechisch-kyprischen Inschriften (GÃ¶ttingen, 1883); in Phoenician in the C. I.